EMPLOYING INDIVIDUALS WITH INTELLECTUAL DISABILITIES
This survey is to determine access and current attitudes towards persons with Intellectual Disabilities (ID) in the workplace.
(1) What is your job title?
(2) Has your company previously employed persons with Intellectual disabilities?
(3) If the answer is yes, how do you proactively recruit job applicants who have an Intellectual disability?
(4) Do you currently employ persons with Intellectual disabilities?
(5) How many years have you been employing persons with Intellectual disabilities?
0 - 1 years
2 - 4 years
5 - 6 years
(6) How many persons with Intellectual disabilities are employed by the company?
1 - 10 employees
11 - 25 employees
26 employees and above
(7) Please tick the categories of disabilities employed in your work place previously and currently?
Neurological and/or sensory impairments
(8) What are the main contributing factors that keep a company from employing a person with an Intellectual disability?
(9) What are your thoughts about hiring persons with Intellectual disabilities, specifically persons with Down syndrome in your workplace?
(10) Are you familiar with the condition known as Down syndrome?
(11) If the answer is yes, please explain your understanding of Down syndrome?
(12) Can you please describe the nature of the job/jobs in your company which would be suitable for a person with an Intellectual disability?
(13) Some employers have concerns about hiring people with Intellectual disabilities. Here are some of the concerns we hear from employers. Please tick to let us know how much of a concern it is for you.
Supervisors might not be comfortable managing people with an intellectual disability.
Supervisors might not be sure on how to evaluate a person with an intellectual disability.
Supervisors might not be sure on how to take disciplinary action for a person with an intellectual disability.
Employees with intellectual disabilities lack the skills and experience to do our jobs.
People with intellectual disabilities may not be as reliable and productive as other workers.
Employing persons with intellectual disability costs the company more.
All of the above
(14) Any comments or information to share?
A copy of your responses will be emailed to the address you provided.
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